Ms Nagisa Fukui

Lecturer (Japanese)
School of Humanities & Languages

Contact

9385 2414
Room 206, Morven Brown
Fields: Applied Linguistics and Educational Linguistics

Research

Nagisa Fukui is a Lecturer of Japanese Studies at the University of New South Wales, Australia. Her reserach interests include the description of Japanese lexico-grammartical system of the interpersonal metafunciton by using the systmeic functional appraoch, Japanese language teaching & learning, especially of learner agency, and  developing inclusive students commuinity. 

Publications

    Books

    Book Chapters

    • Fukui N, 2013, 'Description of MOOD in Japanese: examining Mood types in a selected set of texts', in Thomson E; Armour WS (ed.), Systemic Functional Perspectives of Japanese: Descriptions and Applications, edn. 1st, Equinox, UK and USA, pp. 65 - 100, https://www.equinoxpub.com/equinox/books/showbook.asp?bkid=120
    • Thomson CK;Fukui N;Shimasaki K, 2009, 'Active Learning in an Introductory Course: An Examination of Interaction Tests', in Thomson CK (ed.), New pedagogies for learner agency:Japanese language education research and practice in Australia, edn. 1, Coco Publishing Co. Ltd., Japan, pp. 47 - 65
    • Iida S;Fukui N, 2009, 'Learning Japanese by Discourse Analysi - Application of Teacher's Research Field', in Thomson CK (ed.), New pedagogies for learner agency:Japanese language education research and practice in Australia, edn. 1, Coco Publishing Co. Ltd., Japan, pp. 179 - 195
    • Fukui N;Thomson EA;White PR, 2008, 'Evaluating ¿Reporter¿ Voice in Two Japanese Front-page Lead Stories', in Thomson EA; White PRR (ed.), Communicating Conflict, Multilingual Case Studies of the News Media, edn. 1, Continuum Publishing Co, Great Britain, pp. 65 - 95
    • Fukui N, 2005, 'The Junior Teacher Internship program: Case studies of junior teachers` encounters with first year students', in Bourke B (ed.), Innovative Practice in Japanese Language Education, edn. First, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, pp. 120 - 137

    Journal articles

    • Fukui N;Kawaguchi S, 2015, 'Designing a Japanese learning environment for peer learning using the social networking service BEBO', Electronic Journal of Foreign Language Teaching, vol. 12, pp. 115 - 134

    Conference Papers

    • Fukui N, 2014, '"Using a Peer assessment for designing a collaborative learning environment: a case study of Introductory Japanese Class"', in Proceedings of the 18th Conference of The Japanese Studies Association of Australia: Peer-reviewed full papers, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, presented at The 18th Biennial Conference of the Japanese Studies Association of Australia, Canberra, Australia, 08 - 11 July 2013, http://japaninstitute.anu.edu.au/sites/default/files/u6/02_Nagisa_Fukui-JSAA2013.pdf

Teaching

ARTS1630 Introductory Japanese A

ARTS1631 Introductory Japanese B

ARTS1632 Introductory Japanese for HSC Beginners

ARTS6704 Approaches to Japanese Discourse Analysis

ARTS6718 Advanced Writing in Japanese

JAPN5011 Japanese Teaching Practicum

Honours and prizes

the Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence Award, receipian. (2013) 

Citation for Oustanding Contribution to Sudent Learning as a part of the Australian Awards for University Teaching for the Community of Practice of Leaners of Japanese, receipient. (2012)